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Over 20 years of teaching experience means I can find your problems in just a couple of swings and fix them quickly.

Working with over 30,000 students means I can adapt my communication and teaching style to YOU.

Having over 28 kids in college, on scholarships means I know the road to collegiate golf. I can help design a strategic plan of success for your child, beginning as early as age 8.

Twelve years playing as a professional golfer means I can help you with course strategy, controlling your emotions, and taking your game to the highest level. Whether it's winning your club championship or just beating your brother in law, I understand what it takes to win.

Winning local, state and national titles means that I can relate to the pressures of competitive golf and pass that knowledge on to you.

Caddying for my clients, who went on to play in the USGA Senior Open and Mid Amateur Championships means I know about reading greens and course management.

Dedicating my life to "golf excellence" in one form or another means you are not only in the presence of someone who loves the game, but loves to share what I know with you.

 

 

 

Cameron Witherspoon.

 

Christopher Carr.

 

Tanner Owen signs to play golf at Wake Forest University.

Welcome to the Deacon Family, Tanner!

 

Congratulations to Annika Winebarger for winning her NC State Championship.

 

Congratulations to Zac Lynch...

Zac won the Forsyth Junior Championship!

 

CLICK here for the latest news on our local champions!!!

 

Jonathon Davis wins National Junior Golf Tour event at Bermuda Run...

Jonathon Davis fired a 71, finishing first at the National Junior Golf Tour event at Bermuda Run. I was most proud of his mental game and how he used the tools he had to stay in a peak state of performance. Way to go, Jonathon!

 

Ben Schlottman accepts scholarship to Auburn...

Click here to read WS Journal Article by John Dell.

 

Philip Kelley - 3rd place finish at Coaches Championships

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Eric Mitchell - NC Junior Golf Foundation tournament champion!

Congratulations to Eric Mitchell, who won the NC Junior Golf Foundation tournament. Eric won in dramatic fashion, going Par-Birdie to defeat two other players. Way to dig, Eric!

 

Ben Schlottman shoots 59!

"You shot WHAT? 59???" It was one of those dinner time phone calls. Although I was eating, I saw it was one of my kids calling. Ben Schlottman, age 16, called to let me know he shot 59 at Oak Valley. I knew he had shot 29, a career low, earlier in the day. He apparently kept the great round going on the back nine too! Congratulations to Ben for shooting what many would consider a round of a life time. As for me, I think it's the first of several rounds in the 50's. Way to go, Ben!"

 

Annika Winebarger - one of the state's "girls to watch" in high school golf!

Annika Winebarger is a rising junior at Elkin High School. She has quickly become one of the state's "girls to watch" in high school golf. This month, Annika shot even par at Cedar Brook Country Club! Keep an eye on this talented young lady.

 

Justin Lang Brings Home the Heavy Hardware!

Anne Marie would like to congratulate Justin Lang for his dramatic win at the Forsyth Junior Championships.

Justin shot a terrific 67-74-72, to win by one. He showed nerves of steel when he made a putt on #18 to win by one.

"I can't tell you how proud I am of Justin and all the kids who played so well in the Forsyth. Justin has worked so hard on his short game and mental game. He is a very talented young man." said Anne Marie.